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obscure and overcome the mainstream media. >> rick: that's a wrap on news watch. thanks to. >> dave: judy miller, jim pinkerton, cal thomas, kirsten powers. keep it here. ♪ e. >> clayton: . >> alisyn: it's sunday, september 30th, i'm alisyn camerota. and could be in the hot seat for administration he is a mixed members on the u.s. consulate attack on libya. lawmakers calling for an investigation. who is james clapper? we'll take a look. >> dave: remember when president obama said that americans cling to their guns and religion? well, paul ryan says he's proud to be a klinger. >> this catholic deer hunter is guilty as charged and i'm proud of that fact. that's what freedom is. >> dave: catholic deer hunter, vp nominee and why he says a
second obama term makes him shudder. >> clayton: and then blaming the boss for stealing, one former tsa over revealing the real reason that he stole 1 million dollars worth of stuff from passengers. the shocking details straight ahead from the tsa. and it's sunday, "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ >> it is sunday, good sunday morning, how are you guys. >> clayton: the top of the morning to you. people on twitter this morning wanted to make today, national coffee day part deux. >> dave: every day is coffee day on the curvy couch. >> clayton: who makes these days up anyway. >> dave: dunkin' donuts wants to sell more coffee. we'll ask a question, do you find yourself neglecting your kids buried in the smart phone. i neglect pretty much
everything. are kids getting more injured today because of the time parents are spending on the iphone, on the blackberry? >> that we're distracting. >> dave: texting while parenting. >> clayton: and we have the experiences, a study shows that parents are having to wait for their reaction time to help a child who may be, you know, pulling something off. >> alisyn: that's not a surprise. and send us your messages or illustrations of this on twitter, if you would. >> clayton: meanwhile, the big story we're following for you, and capitol hill not letting up the pressure now on the obama administration, as lawmakers have now sent a letter to james clapper demanding answers on benghazi attack. of considers, yesterday we were talking about james clapper. friday, his office coming out and basically staking responsibility for the intelligence failures. well, now, senator joe lieberman and others coming forward with this letter. >> alisyn: and also, who is going to take responsible for the tactffactactfufact-- spblt for three weeks later.
20 days past the september 11th attacks and fbi isn't in benghazi, they're in tripoli, for security reasons they say, they say that the libyan security forces aren't providing them with security and some sort of visa problem. this is unheard of. so, senator bob corker and joe lieberman among others, they want answers from clapper about why it's happening. >> dave: to the point at that tony schaeffer made on our program yesterday, he's worked with the fbi, some of the toughest and highly technically trained individuals on the planet. comfortable going into hostile zones like benghazi, it must not be an internal reason, it must be someone else they can't go in. >> clayton: bee seeds the tactffac tactffac fact-- besides the fact that libya is a free country and not the hot son that-- as it's unfolding and discussions about james clapper on the show this
morning, who is james clapper we'll taking a look at his record. he made headlines in 2010 when asked about that london terrorist attack by diane sawyer and appeared he didn't know what had happened or unfolded. take a listen. >> london, how serious is it? any implications that it was coming here, and any of the things they have seen coming here? >> and-- i was surprised you didn't know about london, director clapper. >> oh, i'm sorry, i didn't. >> and that was, by the way, hours after the news had been reporting it. >> clearly some break down among communication and his staff. something else interesting about james clapper, is that he is at 47 years in intelligence, so he has a sterling record in terms of his years of public service
and intelligence. however, as you may recall, the director of national intelligence, that was created after september 11th because on september 11th there were all of these disparity spy agencies that weren't communicating with each other and they hadn't connected the dots and they're going to find one person, one office that will help us all communication and that's not happened. >> dave: it really has not. and the central figure arguably in the unravelling of that, may be clapper. because it wasn't just not knowing about that plot that was unfolding in london. another one back in 2011 when he gave the idea to congress and therefore to thenation, that gaddafi had two big too technically trained to overcome in that civil war and obviously did not happen and gadda gaddafi was overcome and--
>> and in where he publicly called egypt's brotherhood a largely secular movement and the media said that's not accurate. they are called the muslim brotherhood for a reason. >> clayton: and ties to terrorism over the years. he's also the fourth director of national intelligence and he was sworn in back in 2010. so he's had 32 years in the air force and retired as a lieutenant general. and served as director of the defense intelligence agency. >> dave: yeah, let's not lessen his service. >> clayton: no. >> dave: and 32 years serving his countries and he has the right intentions. >> clayton: and a lot of republicans came out on his defense, after the london-- >> jo n mccain. >> clayton: that seemed to be a mistake, but let's give the gee credit because he's revered in the intelligence community. >> alisyn: and we'll have guests on this and try to find out more about what's going on with the director of national intelligence. meanwhile, your headlines.
overnight, an american soldier and an american contractor has been killed in eastern afghanistan during what appears to be another insider attack. and this happened at a check point after some kind of misunderstanding. these deaths bring the number of people killed in afghanistan since the war began to 2000. the u.s. supreme court preparing to return to the bench for a crucial new term tomorrow. the nine justices will be making decisions, and chief justice john roberts the deciding vote that upheld president obama's health care law and sparked debate across the country. and keys to the city sold, locks smith sold a ring to an undercover reporter. a dream come true to potential
terrorists, elevators, open subway gates, and access to 1 world trade center, he reportedly stole them for a measley 150 bucks and reported will i still has more keys he's trying to sell. well, miss one school lunch payment and you get the hard boiled egg special. that's the new rule at a new jersey school district. a student at two schools owes 3.10. they only get a hard bold egg, crackers and carton of milk for lunch, instead of a full meal. that was not announced until the first day of classes, they've not yet commented. >> alisyn: i think that's great, a great punishment. >> dave: yeah, you'd probably take that punishment. >> alisyn: i could happily-- >> and nothing worse, i mean, hard boiled eggs. and i don't like within 12 feet. >> alisyn: breakfast, hard boiled egg, sounds good. >> horrible.
you have the mayonnaise. >> i snuck it to my wife in this chicken salad sandwich, i'm hungry, i'll eat it. >> dave: nasty. the debate on wednesday, the first presidential debate and likely hearing a lot from the vice-presidents because they will be the ones on the campaign trail while the big guys are at home prepping for the debate. and enter paul ryan talking about guns and religion out on the campaign trail. alluding to something president obama then running as a candidate said back in 2008. clayton, remember this one. >> clayton: here is his rebuttal to that saying he in fact would be clinging to this, take a listen. >> people have been beaten down and they feel betrayed by government.
>> so ball ryan out on the campaign trail yesterday reminded someone of that moment when candidate obama said that and he gave his rebuttal. >> you know, sometimes when the president is speaking he kind of reveals his thoughts, his little more candid moments. remember that video where he was talking to the donors in san francisco and he said, people like us in the midwest, we get bitter and we cling to our guns and our religion. well, you know what i have to say? this catholic deer hunter is guilty as charged and i'm proud of that fact. and this is-- that's the kind -- that's what problem is. >> clayton: that was paul ryan out on the campaign trail yesterday and to dave's point the major candidates are under lock and key preparing for the debat preps. and in hotels locked in with the debate preps and
vice-president joe biden on the campaign trail as well and saying in his response that president obama was dealing with the economy in way and once again blamed president bush for the faulty economy that he was handed. >> alisyn: there you go. paul ryan still out on the campaign trail, he talks about his view of if president obama wins a second term and i think he used the word shudder, it would make him shudder. >> i shudder as a gun owner, seeing his record when he was in the united states senate, what would he do if he never has to face the voters ever again? the next president will appoint a lot of different judges and these are lifetime appointments. if you want to make sure that judges respect our 2nd amendment rights you need a president who respects those rights as well. >> dave: in the president's defense he has not touched gun legislation in any way, shape or form, but of course the fear is, from paul ryan and folks, if you give him four
terms-- another term, four years, unchecked without having to face this, maybe he'll touch gun legislation. there's been no indication of that in the last three years of yet. >> alisyn: and he's saying what candidate obama said in 2008 reveals his true thinking about it. >> dave: and that was of course at a private fundraiser with a camera he didn't realize was there. >> alisyn: when will we learn. >> clayton: the 47% comment. that's where that came from. >> alisyn: in other words, phones now have cameras on them? >> shocking, it really is. >> alisyn: and getting this this-- >> it's hard to believe. >> alisyn: coming up did the white house intentionally hide information on those deadly attacks at the u.s. consulate in libya for political reasons? we are going to debate that next. >> dave: small businesses and thousands of jobs dying because of a simple fee, a big one. one lawmaker is pushing for a change and he's here to tell us about it again. ♪
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>> fox news has reported that the obama administration knew within 24 hours that the murder of the u.s. ambassador and three others in libya was a terrorist attack. and they labeled it that way internally. why didn't they tell the american people? here for a fair and balanced debate is former communications advisor to harry reid and republican strategist michelle seleski, thank you for being here. >> good to be here. >> alisyn: penny, start with you. how can the administration justify the misleading information they put out for the first two weeks about this benghazi attack? >> the information they put out there is based on the best intelligence they had at the time.
often times in the initial assessment it's often imprecise and incomplete. and as they've learned that they've shared with the congress and american public. as it has evolved, as the intelligence director has says we will let people know, but this has been evolving thing and often times unclear as my former boss says in the fog of battle. we're learning as we're given. >> alisyn: michelle, do you agree it's the fog of war that led people leak jay carney and susan rice to say it's as the result of a ridiculous movie trailer? >> if this wasn't for political reasons it's out of sheer incompetence. and to cover up solyndra and fast and furious, misinformation for political purposes. so the question we have to ask is did they do this out of incompetence or are they liars? >> that's a good question, penny, even just yesterday, james clapper, the director of
office of national intelligence came out and said, look, this was sort of our fault. we didn't have all the information right way way. however, witnesses on the ground, they seemed to know it was a terrorist attack and as we now know the white house internally labeled it as a terror attack and they knew there were the al-qaeda off shoots, may have been preparing stuff for september 11th. is this a failure of intelligence? >> again, let us go back. there's a lot of different informati information, and in a responsible manner and go out-- the president, i'll remind everybody, the president the day after in his statement from the rose garden said, he believes this to be an act of terror. so, they did have some ideas, but they didn't have the full and complete picture and once they did, then they've been able to go and make sure that-- to assure the american people what is taking place and as you know, you can't go out
there in the initial couple hours and make a declarative statement if you don't know all the facts and they've been willing to wait, to assess, and make sure the intelligence they were getting was accurate. yes, in the first couple of hours, as i said that they believed because of the uprising in cairo and some other areas that they weren't unsure, exactly what-- once they did, they'll continue to bring the justice to bear, to continue to provide the intelligence on the ground in the sense that then, but to go back and call them liars, those are strong, strong words. >> but, the premise, the premise this whole time, still gathering and conducting investigation, why are they so enthusiastically pointing to the video. susan rice did it, obama spent a lot of times in the u.n. speech talking about the video and the-- the state department has been updated. >> alisyn: hold on penny, go ahead, finish. >> the state department paid to go across the air,
pakistani television to denounce the youtube video and why would you do this-- >> based on intelligence. >> alisyn: penny, thank you, have to leave it there with michelle. thanks for the debate and obviously, this continues. penny lee and michelle seleski, thank you for coming in this morning. >> thank you. >> alisyn: fees, taxes and regulations and none of them needed? it's why small business owners say they're being forced to close shop across the country. one lawmaker is fighting back. he's next to explain. and a teenager getting the last laugh after her track mates pulled a cruel joke on her. the inspiring homecoming story coming up. ♪ [ "human" by the human league playing ] humans. we mean well, but we're imperfect creatures living in a beautifully imperfect world.
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>> welcome back, everyone, i know you're clamoring for your headlines and here they are. amazing video out of japan as a typhoon destroys everything in its path. 50 people were hurt and thousands of peoples are without power in okinawa. the storm is expected to hit tokyo later tonight. gm is recalling more than 40,000 cars, a part can crack and cause a possible fuel leak. the recall affects five models of cars between 2007 and 2009. let's go over. >> clayton: thanks, paying taxes and regulations, and none of them are needed? that's why small business owners are forced to close shop across the country. >> dave: one county legislator is taking a stand and urging counties across the country to do the same. joining us now is new york suffolk county 10th district legislator and former small business owner himself. good morning. >> good morning. >> dave: there are fees being loaded on to bests and
restrictions. and making it difficult to open a small business across the country. >> right. >> dave: you're going to cite a specific example that happened down in florida, a perfect example how government is getting in the way. tell us about that. >> that's right, we're trying to bring this attitude up to new york. okay, so, there's a regulatory ignorance and arrogance, which is pervasive throughout local governments, state governments, especially here in new york where it's incredibly difficult to be a business person and throughout the country. one example is impact assessment fee. this is a fee where government says to a business owner, you're investing your life savings, you're borrowing from your family and taking all kinds of risks and pay additional taxes and we also want you to spend money to improve public infrastructure in addition to everything that you have to do to make your own business success. >> so like the great south bay brewery, one of these situations in a perfect example, maybe you saw the straw that broke the camel's
back. $35,000 for infrastructure fees, crosswalks, traffic lights. what does that have to do with the business itself. >> exactly right. this was in anticipation of some future level of success. so, the business owner never expected to create pedestrian traffic for his business, he's invested $300,000 of his money. >> wait, it's a brewery. let's be clear. >> there's a tasting room, but you're not going to have droves of people walking across the street to a tasting room. >> not a whole lot of strollers that-- >> not strollers, especially when you have bars in town. so, you know, this guy builds his buildings, he's developed the property and somewhere down the road, county government says, wait, we need you to put in a new traffic signal or a new crosswalk, and it's going to cost you $35,000. . >> that's unbelievable. so, not only are they putting fees in place like this, that that is an obstacle in opening a new business, but shouldn't government be saying, here is
why you should be with business, and lowering the obstacles, shouldn't it be the opposite? >> that's my opinion. >> yeah. >> you know, having been in business for many years, prior to elective office, i understand what it takes to run a business and you know, folks who are in business are subject to tremendous challenges. and not only in the economy itself, but through government. so, government should be asking these, should be welcoming these businesses and not putting up road blocks. >> so, you've-- >> on that point you've then introduced legislation, to absorb the fees. >> i have a bill i'm sponsoring that would eliminate the fees and prevent government from bureaucratically deciding when these fees are necessary and when they're not necessary. there are certain exceptions, particularly when it comes to large developments. you wouldn't want wal-mart, for example, building a store on a main street without asking them to do some work,
but for the small businesses we're going to eliminate the fees and hopefully i'll be able to convince my colleagues to support this. >> dave: small businesses need it more than ever. thank you for being with us. >> my pleasure. >> clayton: coming up on the show, a murder for hire plot unveiled. a high school teacher accused of trying to get his co-worker killed. the incriminating phone calls we'll play for you straight ahead. >> dave: a former tsa worker says the real reason he stole almost a million dollars worth of stuff from passengers, he didn't get paid enough. details next. note night
miami of ohio and congratulations for a win over michigan state, they're double enthused. >> clayton: this is the key, learn the mistake, go into the different universities and campaign trail you've got to make sure you know the lingo and make sure you know the things. you do ent want to make the bob dole mistake, it's so good to be here in san francisco? and yelled back, no, you're in san jose. >> dave: well, the president did botch that ohio ymca. >> alisyn: he did. >> dave: i believe, yeah, but he got it right. he initially messed it up. and then they kind of corrected him and got him straight. >> alisyn: and that's-- trying to do the h first? >>ou've got to do ymca, that's difficult. >> alisyn: not for me. i'm-- >> of disco era. >> alisyn: let's talk about the tsa. we reported yet another gun had snuck on to a plane in a
carry on bag. well, here is an interesting story from a tsa agent about just how rampant theft is among the it. sa agents because there's a culture of complete lack of caring and lax oversight. >> clayton: and he said that thiefery was common to do and i don't get paid enough. take a listen. >> they didn't think it was okay, but they did it. and they ain't paying me, they're treating me wrong, they are he doing this and doing that. i just don't care. just didn't care, but then when people started seeing they could profit off of it, then become-- it became-- >> and a few weeks ago we reported on the show, in the pocket behind the seat very often people leave a kindle or an ipad. they're this then and slide right in the pocket and
someone got off the plane and didn't have the ipad with them. turns out one of the folks on the plane actually took it home with them. took it home and they traced it to the house. >> dave: that's one thing, you left that on the plane. and i'm not defending, this is tsa, people supposed to be keeping us safe and pulling things from luggage and taught how to do it. >> clayton: if it's in plain sight and fallen out of the bag. >> dave: you can't carry it through. >> alisyn: so they're missing guns that are getting on to planes, but somehow their sticky fingers are finding the ipads and everything else. i mean, it's just, it's not obviously what they were hired to do. something has gone wrong with the culture and we had congressman john micah on the show yesterday to talk about how it's in desperate need of reform. >> obviously, these people are not trained. their equipment is not being operated properly, and then, these folks that are hired aren't even vetted properly. so, this is what we get.
we need it get tsa reorganized and back to security and connecting the dots and conducting oversight setting standards. >> clayton: and the issues, too, the recruitment is terrible. they're recruiting on the top of pizza boxes for jobs, pizza boxes. >> dave: though there have been more than 300 agents fired for theft since 2003, i've met a lot of great ones that take special time with my kids and give them the stickers. >> clayton: he feel conflicted, a lot of great tsa fox viewers who love watching the show and do you get to lower standards? if you're a tsa agency, e-mail us, have they lowered the standards since you started there, have the recruitment policies changed. >> dave: a few bad apples, i don't know. >> alisyn: that's a great point, but oversight does seem to be a problem. let's get to your headlines. a florida teacher, high school teacher is accused of plotting
to kill a former co-worker. the chilling phone calls recorded by the fbi, between james and the man he hired. >> let's listen. that was hard to understand. the fbi says it began investigating him after the friend he originally approached about the murder plot went to the police and say the target was another teacher at a high school where he used to work and the man said they barely knew each other. a daring rescue after a worker falls eight feet down a trench in arizona and the firefighters had to carefully squeeze down there, as the trench could collapse with any redwing movement and took about an hour to pull the man to safety and took the man to the hospital where he's said to be in a stable condition. inspiring end to a cruel prank played on a girl in michigan. whitney was picked to be on the homecoming court in high school and later found out she was voted in just as a joke.
and students and community members rallied around here, donating her dress, and hair style and makeup. and she made her homecoming debut with an escort on to the field, and her father and grandfather. >> and kids are bullying, do not will et thm bring you down, stand up for what you believe in. go with your heart. >> alisyn: and students from the opposing school wore t-shirts in support of brittany. high school is brutal, isn't it. >> clayton: and see the story the past week on the news, a team of high school cheerleaders now, embracing kids with mental disabilities and making them part of the cheerleading squad and people in the stands are supporting the kids and-- >> and turning perhaps? huh? let's talk about sports. what an incredible game that took place on saturday afternoon, not easy folks
placing a heisman trophy winning, but the baylor quarterback is filling rg 3's shoes well. threw for five touchdowns, and he did that in a loss. and mountain eeres quarterback, the heisman candidate leading the pack right now, the numbers unbelievable. 656 yards and eight touchdowns only six incompletions, including five five to bailey. and 19 total touchdowns in the game. over 1500 yards of total offense, the final score 70-63 west virginia over baylor. >> now, would he do that in the nfl? >> i don't know, but he is clearly the guy that leads the high man pack, only 28 incompletions all year, incredible. the intensity of the ryder cup continues to rage on after an
impressive first day, with kegan bradley and phil mickleson on day two. >> and phil mickleson at the 9th. (cheers) >> just listen to the energy of that patriotic crowd. kegan bradley sinks the putt on the 9th hole in the morning session, shortly after, an incredible shot by who else, phil mickleson, hits the green, rolls, rolls, rolls, and within a few inches of the pin. the crowd just went nuts all day long. bradley and mickleson win their match helping america take the biggest ryder cup lead 10-6 entering sunday. >> clayton: who put the putt yesterday 0 that went in the cup and popped out. >> dave: i didn't see that one. >> alisyn: that's not fair. >> clayton: hit it right on. >> alisyn: that's how i was bowling. >> dave: hold on to that i have something more than even your bowling story. >> alisyn: impossible. >> dave: a grand slam hit with
an imagery bat, alisyn, you heard me correctly, the nationals michael morris was awarded a grand slam after a review and what happened next, you have to see to believe. . >> there it goes. are you kidding me? right field, it is deep, see you later! grand slam, the nationals are on top by four. >> that's the greatest thing he have' ever seen in my life. >> dave: he does not have a bat. after being awarded the grand slam. morris had to return home, swing an invisible bat because the ball was actually, had left the yard. they had to review it to make sure it was a grand slam and everybody back to the original base and pretend to sweng and then touch all four bases, and-- >> why did they have to. >> clayton: why didn't they redo it just for, they know it went out. >> dave: what happened a base runner passed another base runner, so they had to just make it clean on the books, go back and you know, swing the
imagery bat. >> alisyn: oh, my gosh. >> dave: i love that the commenttators did the play by play on the imagery swing. >> alisyn: oh, my gosh. >> dave: is that better than your bowling story. >> alisyn: no, when i was bowling, my bowling ball went into the gutter and then popped back out and knocked them down. out of the gutter, dave briggs. >> clayton: that might be better than the grand slam, i'm with you, high five, high five. let's check with maria molina checking the forecast. pretty good. >> good morning and good to see you, good morning, everyone, today talking about temperatures currently in the 50's across new york city so it's going to be a relatively cool day across the northeast and out across parts of the west. a different story with temperatures well above average for this time of the year, anywhere between 10 up to 20 pest above what's typical for this time of the year, so it actually feels like summer across portions of the west. otherwise, take a look at current temperatures, portions of the northern plains, it's going to be relatively cool early in the morning and heating up. 81 for the high temperature in rapid city, 78 in minneapolis
and we're going to be dealing with heavy rain across parts of the south and louisiana and also parts of mississippi between one to three inches of rain and locally, four or five inches so of course, flooding is a huge concern out here and we have flash flood watches in effect and flash flood warnings in eastern portions of the state of texas and we've experienced a lot of heavy rain and credible seeing flooding. and the chance for severe storms, so of course, we'll keep you posted throughout the day today. back to you in the studio. >> alisyn: thanks so much. >> clayton: coming up on the show, are the votes of our brave men and women counting in the election. money meant to boost military turnout in the polls, we'll explain that next. >> alisyn: they helped president obama get elected in 2008. will millenials vote him in for another four years? ♪
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>> they fight to serve and protect our country. so, shouldn't their vote count. >> our next guest said money meant to boost military turnout is being mishandled and could be politics at play. >> dave: the founder of the military voters protection project, eric eversol. >> good to see you, too. >> dave: the numbers are staggering in terms of absentee ballots at this point, versus the same point in 2008. let's go ahead and look at some of these and maybe explain what's happened. in florida they're down 46%, now, there is still time to increase that number, but even if it encreases, you're still looking at least a 40% reduction. in ohio, from 9700 ballots to 32,000. in virginia, 12,000 requested
in 2012 versus 41,000 in 2008, a reduction of 70%. what is happening? why are so few military members even requesting absentee ballots? >> with he will, you know, there are a lot of factors, but one of the primary factors, is the fact that the pentagon, small agency within the pentagon is supposed to help service members, didn't implement a key law back in, that was passed back in 2009, that was supposed to provide greater assistance to our service members. but as you point out, there's still time, time to increase these numbers and we are doing our best to make sure that our service members are able to register and request absentee ballots and heroes note.cock, there's time, but they need to move quickly. >> clayton: why didn't the pentagon implement that key measure that would have helped. >> dave: that's a good question and obviously, there are a lot of questions that
should be asked, after the election when, you know, the congressional members get back in session. right now we have to do everything in our power to make sure our service members register, request absentee ballot. go to heroes vote.org, it takes a couple of minutes and their spouses can do it, too, fill out the application online, print it off, mail it, send it in and now what, if they get in the mail by monday they should have their ballot in 7 to 10 days. >> dave: we talked about them counting and they neat their ballots. heroes vote.org you've got to have your voice heard somewhere, and thank you, put it on twitter and the website. >> appreciate it, thank you, thank you very much. >> alisyn: coming up will the millennials help keep president obama in office? he says yes, because they're selfish. theory ahead.
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>> welcome back. in 2008, millennials, came out in droves to cast their vote for president obama. will they do the same thing this time around? our next guest says yes, they are a generation of wanting more free stuff much joining me is a millennial, steven crowder, what is millennial first of all. >> i was using my phone and people my age, probably about early mid 20's, and the general age range, and first range, late 80's, through early 2000's, depends who you ask. >> clayton: we have a new gallup poll out, this is interesting on millenials and how they'll fall in line perhaps for prol, president
obama. and for president obama 58% and you framed it this way, that they are selfish and that's why they're going to vote for president obama. why is that? >> sure, most people are selfish, not singling out millennials. we tend to vote in our self-interest and tend to vote the occupy movement for more free crap not based on the constitutional parameters of government, but found principles, but what the government can give them and because they're voting that way, they're doing it wrong. >> clayton: so health care, number one, a lot of people saying in that age range of 26 years old now on their parents' health care plan because of obama care, you think that could be a big factor? >> and the way to buy someone's vote in the short-term. if you have zero self-respect it's nice to mooch off your parents until 26. after that when you pay your own way, health care costs have gone up over $4,000 and premiums up over 3%.
a and they should know that it comes with a price tag. >> and social security. >> bottom out at 2035 and essentially unless birth rates rise dramatically and life expect tenancy shortens. >> clayton: and you tackle higher education. >> this is complicated and everybody read thomas sole on this, because of federal grants and scholarships and loans, essentially, the-- they have to create prices unaffordable in the market. if colleges don't do that they're potentially leaving tens of thousands on the table. >> they need to do this or vote for president obama, how so? >> you say that social security is not going to work, i won't get a dime and you want it save.
interest rates are being low aren't necessarily bad. they're not good when they are he an artificially kept low for a long period of time. if banks aren't lending, you want to save, you're not going to get a lot of interest on the savings and your dollar is devalued at the end of the day if young millennials want to vote for more free crap, occupiers, and from young people, if you're going to vote for free birth control or obama phones over things like a financially stable social security or a viable health care system, you're doing it wrong. >> clayton: with an about the other argument i've read, which is these folks, these millennials, actually believe in the positions of the president and believe in pro choice, believe in his stance on gay marriage and they think that way and therefore they'll vote that way. >> and ask ebenezer scrooge, and they believe in, but a merry christmas. if you're a millennial you have to completely and totally deny the last four years, if you're a pragmatist you can't
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>> good morning, everyone. it's sundays-- >> there's an earthquake in the studio. >> alisyn: veto fell over. sunday, september 30th, i'm alisyn camerota. the director of national intelligence james clapper, could be in the hot seat for the mixed messages on the attacks on the u.s. embassy in libya. and calling for an investigation, will they get the answers they're looking for. >> dave: and president obama says people clinging to their guns and religion. paul ryan says, clinging is just fine with him. >> this katherine deer hunter is guilty as charged and i'm proud of that fact. you know? this is -- that's the kind.
that's what freedom is. >> dave: plus, why he, quote, shoulders at the thought of four more obama years. >> clayton: and parents, listen up. you could be endangering your child right now. put down the smart phone. a shocking new study that says it's hurting your kids when you're using your cell phone and this isn't just one of those trend stories that are actually happening. we'll talk about it. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ this isn't one of trend stories, cell phones are making us dumber because we're doing this. no, this is actually true and it could actually endanger your child's life the way in which the parents are using their cell phones. >> alisyn: i believe it. we want to auk about that. meanwhile, let's talk about why our fbi is still not in benghazi. they were sent to libya to be on the ground to investigate this, what some call act of war, what happened at our
consulate and the death of four americans and they still have not made it into benghazi. smart bob corker sent a letter yesterday to the head of national intelligence to say what is going on? why can't our best intelligence officers get answers. >> alisyn:. >> clayton: along with senator joe lieberman. to your point, this was a crime scene and having our own reporters tell us that it was open, people were walking into this crime scene at this consulate building and able it pick up the former ambassador's diary, the journal and walk out with this information. how does something like that happen at a u.s. consulate building. >> dave: it's clear that congress wants more anticipates from the statement we read you from james clapper's office that basically took the blame for the fumbling or the evolution of the facts. and why did it vary so much, and i think there are
questions what does the immediate aftermath mean. fox news, yahoo! news and television networks confirmed in the 24 hours following the incident where chris stevens was killed, our u.s. intelligence community labeled it a terrorist attack, as did other officials and intelligence communities around the world. so what is clopper referring to when he says the immediate aftermath. >> alisyn: a great point. and by the way, senator corker's point, is how can it be so dangerous three weeks after the attack that our fbi can't get in there, whereas right before the attack, we didn't -- we hadn't beefed up security before september 11th. if we thought it was safe around around september 11th not to have beefed up security, why now, three weeks later, there are no active protests. >> dave: and there are journalists enough. >> and able to take jogs on the consulate, take jogs ahead of this. there are a lot of questions
that need answer and i hope the congress doesn't get pushback as they try to uncover this. >> dave: ahead of the first presidential debate that comes wednesday in denver, the obama campaign reportedly sending out a group of former bain employees, bain capital to go after mitt romney's business record. >> clayton: peter doocy live in washington d.c. with the details. this short of worked for president obama earlier in the summer, trying to paint mitt romney this way with bain ads. will this work? we'll have to see. >> reporter: we do have to wait and see and the economy is set to be the topic of wednesday's presidential debate and mitt romney is going to try it tout his record at bain capital for a reason to pick him. the democrats are trying to peck up people who used to work bain capital, and a part of the election season, he was featured on a conference call
with the now infamous, joe southic, a former employer of a bain company that later on claimed that mitt romney indirectly killed his wife and mitt romney deputy campaign manager stephanie cutter claemd not to remember and we also heard from mr. foster at the democrat national convention earlier this month. >> bain took over the bill, they loaded it up with millions in debt and within months, they used some of that money to millions, within a decade the debt kept growing and was so large the company was forced into bankruptcy. . >> as it turns out, mr. foster was actually regional director for the steel workers union who worked with gst steel, but not at gst steel and as there are two sides to every story. one former executive at gst
steel says that what really happened when bain capital came in is quite different than the way that mr. foster just described it. >> there's-- the vampire story that bain comes in and shows its teeth and sucks the blood out of the operation. it was the opposite of that. we went looking for a blood donor and bain came in and actually shall the way i look at it, gave us a bit of a transfusion. >> reporter: the three employees enlisted by the obama campaign are going to appear in sweng states this coming week, ohio, florida and wisconsin, back to you in new york. >> clayton: oh, boy, the dirtness not over yet, 36 days left now. >> alisyn: i've lost track. >> clayton: get out your abacus, receipt n-- right now, president obama and mitt romney are behind closed doors and doing debate prep and rob portman doing the debate prep for mitt romney has been going after him, really, really tough and governor, trying to throw him off and get him agitated, but
the vice-presidential candidates are out, they're basically doing the campaigning right now. >> alisyn: they're in some battle ground states and vice-president biden was in florida, whereas so was paul ryan, right, in florida. >> dave: in ohio, i believe. >> alisyn: in ohio. he was in ohio and he reminded his ohio audience about something that candidate obama said about guns and religion back in 2008. let's listen to obama back then. >> people have been beaten down they feel (inaudible) >> that was of course, the candidate at a san francisco fundraiser, talking about the people in i think, western pennsylvania that cling to their guns and religion and
that's something that paul ryan brought back up on the campaign trail on saturday. he is appealing to those gun owners, listen. >> you know, sometimes when the president is speaking he kind of reveals his thoughts, these little more candid moments. remember the video where he was talking to the donors in san francisco and said people like us in the midwest, we get bitter and we cling to our guns and our relegs. well, you know what i have to say, this catholic deer hunter is guilty of that and i'm proud of that fact. that's what freedom is. >> meanwhile, vice-president joe biden out on the campaign trail also going on the attack and going back to blaming bush, but also pointing out that congressman paul ryan voted for some thingses' now criticizing, listen to vice-president biden on the attack. >> the last time they were, congre congressman ryan and governor
romney all the things that were done last time around. last time around, what caused this national debt. how did this all of a sudden happen when clinton left we had a balanced budget and a surplus and things were looking good. >> of course the romney campaign points to the rising deficit, accelerated deficit rising under president obama as compared to the george w. bush years. >> dave: from george w. bush and not free from criticism. 4.9 trillion dollar increase in the nation's debt. but here we are three years into the obama presidency talking 5.36 trillion dollar increase in our nation's debt. that's pretty simple to fact check. i'm surprised joe biden continues to bait those fact checkers, with statements like that. that's a pretty-- that's a slam-dunk. >> alisyn: because people don't listen to his speeches with the calculator out and
listen with their guts and resonates. they have been saying the same thing for the better part of almost four years so it must be working on the campaign trail with them. >> dave: and doing some hypnotizing before that. stare into the pen. >> alisyn: all right. let's get to your headlines, because, to tell you about right now. there was another insider attack that claimed the life of a soldier and contractor. 2000 american troops killed in afghanistan sense the war began. iran's president ahmadnejad says threats mean nothing, and the u.s. does not allow iran the action or even if someone takes action against iran he will not change the country's policy and even expired it to a terrorist attack.
well, pennsylvania schools are under attack of an atheist group. and suing the connellsville district to move it off the lawn of the injury high school. many in community want the school to fight back and they covered it with the board until they figure out what to do next and the church next door is offering to put it on their lawn. the atheist group says the school will still be able to see it. and those are-- i always know when it's-- >> i know, resonates because ron behind camera three flat chuckled or guffaws and that one got-- >> the least the camera didn't shake no coming out. >> clayton: guffaw a lot. >> dave: coming up on the program as we've been discussing we now know that the white house knew that the libya attack was an act of terrorism 24 hours after it happened. is the deadly delay to call it
a terrorist attack, boosting confidence of extremists around the world? we explore this coming up. >> clayton: it was a that taxpayers would never have to bail out banks again. and why do they add this to the list of ten that he bailed out. ♪ [ fishing rod casting line, marching band playing ] [ male announcer ] the rhythm of life. [ whistle blowing ] where do you hear that beat? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it... in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] heart healthy. great taste. mmm... [ male announcer ] sounds good. it's amazing what soup can do.
>> welcome back too big to fail. on friday two more financial firms on list, meaning taxpayers could be on the hook for more bailouts. the act was to rein in firms to ultimately prevent another too big to fail. is this legislation working or our financial institutions and taxpayers still at risk? joining us now is former chairman. fdic and author of the book
"senseless panic" how washington failed america, william isaac, nice to see you this morning, welcome to the show. >> great to be with you. >> clayton: we heard of dodd frank as an effort to protect us from having to worry about bailouts again. did it work? >> i think that dodd-frank was basically an efforts by members of the congress who voted for tarp to protect themselves in the election. i don't think it was a serious effort at reform. it heaped 2500 pages of new statutory provisions and probably 10 or 20,000 new pages of regulations on top of the community banks. and it's going to lead to more concentration, in the banking system, and more and more of our banking systems going to be in fewer and fewer hands and it's going to really hurt the community banking sector which is where the small business loans are made, not all of them, but most of them. i don't think dodd-frank is effective at all. i think it's overkill.
and entirely unnecessary. >> clayton: and one of the things it was meant to prevent was picking winners and losers, right? hey, you know, this large bank, bank of america, wells fargo, citigroup, a large institution that they're not free from being allowed to fail in the future, but has that happened or has that occurred under dodd-frank? >> no, we really needed serious regulatory reform. and dodd-frank did none of that. we need to fix the regulatory system which is way too politicized and spread out over way too many agencies, we need it as consolidation of the regulators, needed more stronger, more effective regulation and we haven't done that, we haven't brought market discipline to bear on large national institutions, we have more assets of the banking system held in fewer hands and the five largest banks in the nation, clayton, control over 50% of the banking assets.
when the next crisis comes, and there will be another crisis, because we haven't fixed the problems that led to the last crisis, when the next crisis comes, i don't know when that's going to be, there's no question that the government will bail out the largest banks, we have, we really have no choice because we have so much of the banking system in so few hands and you can't let them fail e it sounds like an outrage here, exactly the type of they think we don't want to have happen. is it because the administration is picking winners and losers or is it because of politicians at large generally have bankers in their back pocket, bank role their campaigns? what is the issue here? >> i'm not quite sure what the issue is, except that i do think dodd-frank they wanted something passed, anything as quickly as possible so they could tell the public they were sorry about tarp. i was strongly opposed to tarp. it was unnecessary, did more harm than good and he think that the politicians wanted to
atone themselves to the public so they pushed through this bill which wouldn't have prevented the last crisis, won't prevent the next one. it don't fix the system and doesn't end too big to fail. we need reform, if we're truly going to have too big to fail. >> clayton: and sense and congress go hand in hand. the former chair of the fdic and the book "senseless panic". >> thank you, clayton. a former tsa worker says the real reason he stole one million dollars worth of stuff from the passengers, he didn't get paid enough. and how safe are you on the rail. a shocking report says that amtrak workers are failing drug and alcohol tests. ♪ does your phone give you all day battery life ?
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♪ >> 7:23, and news by the numbers. 225,000, that is how many california leave the state each year according to the new study, why? because of high taxes or lack of public sector reforms and a bad job market. next, 66%, that's supposedly how many people suffer from a phobia, the fear of being without their cell phone. >> alisyn: i have that. >> dave: and count me among that 66%, that's three of us, right. >> clayton: yeah. >> dave: finally 30 years how old these guys, the compact discs were sold in japan. it was billy joel's 52nd
street album. 30 years old? and doesn't that make you feel old. >> alisyn: no, i still use them. and i still have those in my stereo e crazy. and i saw a tweet the other day by a friend who laid out the old discs, like they had half inch discs, the floppy discs and cd's, you combine that it doesn't even fit on the cell phone, the cell phone, ten times that amount. >> alisyn: and what's got you hired up, as you may know, in the past week, two guns have gotten on board flights through people's carry-ones, guns have slipped through tsa. and how agents, one in particular, have stolen things out of the luggage. doesn't cast them in good
nights. >> taking them off conveyor belts ap before the bags get under the belly of the planes and grabbing ipads out and selling them. and arguing, at least some of the agents say i didn't get paid enough and stealing upwards of a million dollars worth of stuff. take a listen to the tsa's. >> they didn't think it was okay, but they did it. they didn't pay me, they treat me wrong, they're doing this, they're doing that. i just don't care, just didn't care. when people started seeing they could profit off of it, then it become-- it became-- >> seeing things in plain sight. something fallen out of a bag, it's mine now. >> dave: the guy at the bottom of the screen stole almost $8 had,,000 worth of goods and didn't get caught until he stole a cnn camera and left the stickers on and tried to sell it on ebay. and that's the culture, as we've said many great tsa
agents and met many going through new york, wonderful with the kids and stickers and trying to get you through quickly, but there are bad apples. 381 arrests since 2003 or fired, they've been fired for theft. >> alisyn: and it's beyond bad apples though certainly some are bringing them down. congressman john micah has been beating the drum for a long time. a complete lack of oversight. you can always go on with a culture of apathy for so long, if nobody is watching you, nobody cares and you start doing things against the rules and he said this needs massive reform. reform. >> obviously these people are not trained. the equipment not being operated properly and then, these folks that are hired aren't even vetted properly. so, this is what we get. we need to get tsa reorganized and back to security and connecting the dots and then conducting oversight setting standards.
>> clayton: yeah, and a great point, too, to bring up that this is about national security. and when congressman micah's point is that the recruitment process is in question as well. because they're recruiting for these individuals on the tops of pizza boxes and where some of the items have gone. we know why we have the tsa, right, because of september 11th. you're saying you don't find the best and brightest on a pizza box? is that what i'm supposed to glean. and you know, you're right though. it clearly, this is why many feel privatizing the tsa is a best move. an enormous task to conquer and we've heard, we've asked for your e-mails this morning and i echoed the same sentiment, when i travel we've got great fox viewers, tsa agents out there and love watching the show. did some sort of recruitment process change over the years? have they had to worsen. we've had one person wrote us he's a member of the law enforcement community and turned down for a job and yet, you're finding guys who are
getting, stealing all kinds of equipment? i don't know. something's going on here. >> it sure is, we'd love to hear it, and find it on twitter, at alisyn camerota. and a dog survives after being hit by a car and a good samaritan's journey to find the owne ahead. >> dave: parents, you could be endangering your children. put down the iphone, a shocking study that could be hurting your kids. ♪ we use this board to compare car insurance rates side by side so you get the same coverage, often for less. that's one smart board. what else does it do, reverse gravity? [ laughs ] [ laughs ] [ whooshing ]
>> all right. welcome back, here is your shot of the morning. check this out. what? this is what everyone needs for christmas, i'm telling you right now. the security jet lag, companies make them. call them the ostrich pillow, helps you get the most out of power naps. if you're-- (laughter) . >> dave: that's terrifying. >> clayton: it surrounds your head and hole to breathe and raising money for production. if you want to go to kick starter to support this. mantel the guy in the college library and have one of these things and taking up. >> dave: can you imagine waking up with no cell phone,
no wallet and dork written on the back of the pillow. >> clayton: you're they go i could use one of those for my office early morning. >> dave: okay, just not in public. >> clayton: not in public. >> alisyn: there's a hole for you to breathe, but not to see. grope around and-- e and you can wear that on the flight or the train. >> alisyn: that wouldn't scare anyone. >> dave: we'll try them out. parents, a warning to you this morning, you might be endangering your children by being buried in your cell phone. you think it's multi-tasking, but kids may be getting hurt and we're not paying attention. >> clayton: the wall street journal and look at the injuries, injuries have plummeted. safe proofing the home and everything. doctors saw a plummet. now as a result of cell
phones, the past three years they've seen a huge increase in childhood injuries because parents aren't paying attention to their kids. >> alisyn: they're up 12% these kinds of injuries. it's ironic because we are the generation of helicopter parents where we hover over our parents, we go to the playground with them. neve let them out of their sight, however, we're also on blackberries, iphones, texting, on the phone and while we're present, we're not actually alert, and supervising them. >> clayton: we're not present at all. a story last week, that says has the smart phone ended boredom? and go to the wife with the clothing stores and finish it on the man couch and-- >> we're at the playground the other day. >> clayton: there was a mom there, who litter le the entire time her child was playing didn't look up at little timmy one time. >> alisyn: and that's me, because i'm-- and i'm guilty of this, here is why, i find the playground mind numbingly dull.
it's mind-numbingly dull. so if i'm going to go, i have to sit there and do something else. he think i should not go. >> dave: you know, you can enjoy. >> alisyn: not go with us to the playground e do you do this. >> alisyn:. >> dave: when i'm on the playground i'm full on running around and up and down the slides, i'm a big child. but we do this, and i think we all acknowledge that, and we do this, we say to ourselves, look, i could be at the office right now, but i'm not, i'm taking care of my kids technically and say i'm multi-tasking. and it's better that i do this, rather than you know, send them off to day care. so. >> alisyn: right, but it may not be. >> dave: there's not a direct cause and effect. they can't say the increase in nonfatal injuries does have everything to do with smart phone. there's no science to that, but when you see the explosion of smart phones they think they could be related. >> clayton: drowning deaths in fact, many parents busy at the pool, and not paying
attention, deaths due to drowning and detrimental to see the kids on the smart phone when are' not with them and present, and psychologically. >> alisyn: that part is true, i try to put it away at home and at home, but our playground, oh. >> dave: well, hopefully you're not all-- give us good stories of times you may have been buried in the phone, not grim things, but something silly may have happened, a bump and a bruise, something like that e we'll talk about it later on the show. >> alisyn: to your headlines because new hope for families of victims of 9/11. the new york post reports the city forensic scientists will use a new tool to try to identify new remains, can take dna from bone fragments and identify person's eye and skin color. that's incredible. right now can only determine the sex. 1,120 remains still have not been identified. experts hope that soon they will be able to narrow down
that number. bullets tore through her home. she was sitting on the bed when a bullet came through the window and right past here, another two bullets damaged her living room and one broke a pot on her porch. she says if the shots were a few minutes earlier she might not be alive. >> as i walked out of my bathroom into my bedroom, and i would have been standing right there. through the grace of god that kept me sp. >> alisyn: residents say that gun violence is a problem in the area and calling for more police officers. amtrak employees, drug tests at an alarming rate. 51% higher than the industry average and plus, employees tested positive for cocaine and marijuana. and mechanics and signal operators were the worse offenders and the reports says that management failed to
control alcohol and drug abuse and same increase to screening this year. a happy reunion for a florida family for a dog they thought they'd lost forever. >> well, a family was moving to a new house last week and had to leave the dog behind for a few hours, when they came back, the dog was gone, run on the highway and hit by a car, luckily, a good samaritan stopped to help. >> he got hit, kind of like tossed to the side and i immediately started honking my horn and rolled down the vid video-- window and he was going to get owner. the owners saw on the tv about a dog being hit and reunited with their dog. a happy ending. >> dave: very nice. all right, rick reichmuth is off this morning and maria molina in with a check of our weather across the weather. hey, maria. >> good to see you, and good morning everyone. today in the 50's in new york
city and great lakes and most are the northeast, a cool note and cloud cover across portions of the region and a large area of low pressure that's relatively dry and isolated shower and as we head westward, minneapolis 50 degrees on the cool side as well, otherwise out west, 66 in los angeles, 78 currently in phoenix, so, very warm across parts of the desert southwest, so looking at some of the summer heat in place out there. otherwise high temperatures will be heating up across parts of the northern plains and very warm, 81 in rapid city and some of the temperatures are up to 20 degrees above what's normal for this time of the year, texas, southern parts of the texas, 82 for the high temperature and san antonio upper 80's across parts of florida and tampa, the northeast, widespread 60's as far west as portions of chicago and in the city of chicago, we are expecting a lot of heavy rain across parts of the lower mississippi valley, including the state of
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>> welcome back. the director of national intelligence, james clapper, now taking blame for the administration's back and forth on the death of four americans in benghazi, including ambassador chris stevens. but this is not the first time that clapper had to make a public apology. joining us the editor and chief of daily-- tucker carlton. and 32 years in the air force, served his country well. not so much in recent years. give us a background why it's not the first time he's taken heat. >> there have been a series of gaffes in the director, and diane sawyer with abc news, when he was asked about the hours before the terrorists in
london fighting on behalf of jihad. and looked confused, london? giving no evidence at all. apparently never heard of it. abc news is on top of it. fox is on top of it. if you don't recall, here is james clapper and diane sawyer. >> london, how serious is it? any indication it's coming here, any of the things that they have seen were coming here? >> (inaudible) i'm a little surprised you didn't know about london. >> oh, i'm sorry, i didn't. >> dave: that's of course the problem about communication and coordination, because the director of national intelligence was really brought in to coordinate the intelligence agencies. clearly that was not happening and he had a mississippi --
mistake regarding gaddafi. >> at the high point between the conflict of gaddafi and the rebel forces in libya and clapper weighed in, we believe that gaddafi is going to win. gaddafi was killed and didn't win. and when the director of the intelligence of the united states makes a public statement about an outcome he perceives will happen he's putting american prestige on the line. it's not good just that we have good intelligence, but the rest of the world believes we have intelligence. but when he revealss ignorant what happened in london and what might happen to gaddafi, it devalues the perception of american strength. that's a dangerous thing, you do not want to be perceived by your enemies around the world not knowing what's going on. it's incompetent. there are really costs. >> dave: perception is reality in some of the cases, in february of 2011, clapper
called the egypt branch of the muslim brotherhood, largely secular, but it's the muslim brotherhood. we know, kathyrn herridge confirmed that our u.s. intelligence community did know it's an act of terrorism as did libya and others around the world. so, do you believe that they really didn't know it? it's hard to know what to make of this statement. this is a guy that clearly had to know if others in the community knew it was an act of terrorism. what do you make of the statement on friday? >> it's easy to know, it wasn't simply director clapper's statement, it was statement of the press secretary, flak after flak, spokesman, acting on behalf of the obama administration and campaigns, and an organized talking point that was put out there for-- partly for political reasons and ideological reasons. no it's not a terrorist act which is to say we had no role in precipitating this, we're not responsible, a film i can
maker in southern california made a movie that the crowd didn't like, it was a ludicrous explanation, but one that a bunch of people sitting around a table came up with in order to protect themselves, it was cya, cover for their own mistakes and he participated in that. that's a troubling fact. >> dave: is your read of the situation where we stand now, that clapper largely fell on the sword for the obama administration? >> i don't know fell on the sword, but participated in a propaganda campaign, in lying to the public. and by the way, violating common sense, anyone who was paying attention at all, who was watching the television coverage of this knew this wasn't spahn spontaneous reaction to a youtube video. please, for the director of the national intelligence to do it makes the united states look stupid and it's a big deal. >> dave: calling for the u.n.
ambassador to the u.s. to resign, is there enough for him to take the fall and for her to resign? >> she should explain at the very list how exactly she got caught up in repeating something that's clearly untrue to the american people and the rest of the world. i mean, there's no debating it. if you're standing up in a position of authority claiming a youtube video is the responsible for the death of our ambassador, you're participating in lie. >> dave: and the debate, not scheduled to, but would be important to the american people. tucker carlton. >> thanks. >> dave: a disturbing find on ebay. keys that would allow anybody for access to the elevator, subway, scary details head ahead. do you have a favorite child. if so, would you ever admit it? one father did so and it's not sitting well with some. or is this being honest?
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>> most parents would never admit to having a favorite child, but one father did just that. a canadian radio broadcaster sparked controversy when he blogged about preferring one of his children over the other. buzz bishop wrote if i were to be absolutely honest my older son is the favorite of the two. he and i are adventurous partners in crime and i can't imagine life without him. is this dad being brutally honest or being just plain brutal. and joining us to weigh in dr. keith ablow, part of the medical a-team. how are you. >> i'm fine, how are you.
>> alisyn: what do you think of this father admitting he has a favorite child. >> i think it's tremendously destructive to his younger child who he does not favor. and not only the child could grow up and find it on the internet and the guy is not self-reflective, why do i prefer one over the other. it is what it was, i like my partner in crime. secondly, if he's not reflective about this, let's be honest, this person, man, is probably trampling on the psyches and feelings of his kids all the time. >> alisyn: dr. ablow, it normal for a parent to feel more strongly or to prefer one child over another? >> it's absolutely normal to have a preference, right? most parents who do will reflect and think, well, what is it, gender, age? these qualities in my child? and share it, the same way
you'd never share with your children, listen, there was this man i knew before your dad, i always wonder whether i should have been with him. what? you don't tell everything. that's, yeah, that would be bad. and that's the next thing. the bottom line, being an assault, being a parent means, yes, you withhold some of your feelings because you're not a nars sis narcissus, he says he was surprised by everything by the parents appalled by the blog. perhaps i'm too naive to think that my words will not one day be read by my children. i trust i will have a strong relationship with my kids. >> no, buzz, you're naive and insensitive and for your kids to balance the fact they may well fiend your blog in the future. here is this from dr. ablow.
kids, you were born to a psychological nitwit, get some help if you need it. >> alisyn: never one to mince words, dr. keith ablow, thanks, thanks so much. >> all right, ali. >> alisyn: thanks for putting the perspective on this. days left before president obama and mitt romney go head to head in their first presidential debate. how badly does mitt romney need to win the debates? we're going to talk to chris wallace at the top of the hour and don't miss a lunch payment or you'll get stuck with a hard-boiled egg special. what's so wrong with that? we'll explain next. [ lisa ] my name's lisa, and chantix helped me quit.
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>> three days before the first presidential debate. vp nominee paul ryan lays out what issue mitt romney needs to hammer on. a sit down with chris wallace straight ahead. >> plus, they are supposed to keep from shocking revelations from a tsa about sticky fingers. why they stole from passengers. fox and friends hour three starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> alisyn: good morning. thanks for joining us. a busy weekend. we're talking about all what is going on in libya and still haven't gotten a lot of answers there. that is where we begin. we have a fox news alert right now. an two were killed in east
afghanistan in an insider attack. it happened at check point. officials think that a gun battle broke out between american and afghan troops after some sort of misunderstanding. 2,000 american troops have now been killed in afghanistan since the war begin. >> u.s. supreme court preparing to return to the bench tomorrow. the nine justices will make decisions on gay marriage and affirmative action and spotlight will object chief justice john roberts. he is the person that held up obama healthcare law. >> the keys to new york city on ebay a revtd person sold a fire man's key ring to an undercover reporter. it's a dream come true for potential terrorists. they control el viartsd in the
city, knocked out power to skyscrapers and opened subway gates and access to o world trade center. he reportedly sold them for $150 and he is still reportedly has more keys he is trying to sell. >> miss one school lunch and you get the hard egg boil special. that is the rule. if a student in the school system owes $3.10 they only get a hard boiled egg and carton of milk for lunch. the new rule was not announced until the first day of classes. school district has not yet commented. that is your type of breakfast. you would be fine with that zbloomgs. >> alisyn: now the top story. >> the continuing fallout from that libyan terrorist attack.
lawmakers this morning, say bob corker and joe lieberman have sent a letter to james clapper the rooms. >> homeland security. >> thank you for your help. he is the dead of dni, head of our national security and he refused a letter demanding answers for this attack. you recall on friday, he came out and basically said, look this was an intelligence community. we were the ones feeding the obama administration and congress about this. >> dave: i think they want answers on a couple fronts. one is being this investigation, this criminal investigation that we were supposed to be doing. why hasn't it begun in earnest. f.b.i. is still not in benghazi. they have been in tripoli yet. you will read story after story
there are numerous journalists but why is the f.b.i., some of the toughest guys in the world, i'm certain they handled hot situations there, why are they not there now? is james clapper being forthright and honest here. was this evolve or did they know immediately within a 24-hour period as yahoo knew and other sources have confirmed. they knew right away this was terrorist attack. >> or is this a larger narrative it could be the case because the narrative that september 11th and we are secure as a nation now. therefore, we don't want to put forth this idea, yes, we were hit in another terrorist attack that was coordinated on september 11th. we'll move past it. so the obama admini the past four years has labeled terrorist attacks in just the interestingly, other phrases and
given other names to terrorist attacks. >> alisyn: let's go through it. fort hood, fort hood attack happened on november 5th, as you may called that workplace violence. it was not until i believe janet napolitano came out and said she believed that that was extremist terrorism, they changed their tune. but first, it was workplace violence. >> he trained with anwar al-awlaki and that clearly makes it a terrorist attack and 13 people were killed at fort hood. >> alisyn: it goes on. you remember the christmas day attempted bombing of the plane, underwear bombing. he was called an isolated extremist. that was the first thing they called him. later it was revealed that he was working in con certain with al-qaeda. he had gotten supplies from an al-qaeda offshoot and training,
similarly with the times square bomber, that was initially described as a one-off. >> a lone wolf. he was operating on his own and he wasn't motivated by anything and we know he was inspired by anwar al-awlaki and he was trained by taliban. so at what point do you begin to label something terrorism? >> biggest question is why, why do you fear labeling these terrorist twists, why? what is the goal of the administration? some same it's appeasement. on the other hand, obama administration has six times the drone strikes during bush's eight years. four times estimated deaths through drone strikes as bush's eight years. he is clearly not appeasing them on foreign soil. he is wiping them on off the face of the planet.
>> alisyn: senator joe lieberman is the chair of the homeland security committee and is calling for this investigation said his personal pet peeve when people in the administration will not label something terrorism, why not just call it what it is. he is the person that held janet napolitano's feet to the fire and this is extremist terrorism and she said, indeed. >> dave: latest incident in benghazi had something to do with the film to that mocked the prophet muhammad. we heard about that dozens of times from the administration including highlighted in the speech to the world the address to the u.n. >> let us know what you think about this. do you think it's a larger narrative to make us feel more safe. >> dave: maybe that is what it is. >> go to foxnews.com and we are on twitter and fox and friends
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>>. >> alisyn: countdown is on for the first presidential debate. paul ryan is weighing on with a issues mitt romney needs to hammer home. here is a sneak peek. >> we owe the country a clear choice of a different future. we can have a dynamic growing economy that produces opportunity or have a stagnant economy that fosters dependency. we can stick a w a failed policy of next four years or brighter future. >> dave: host chris wallace joins us with more with the vice president nominee. nice to see you this morning. obviously right now, the big candidates are behind a locked door doing debate prep and vice
presidential candidates are out doing the campaigning. what sorts of things does mitt romney need to say on wednesday did you get from paul ryan? does he have to get real zingers in there or does he need to play it cool? >> chris: i think it's a combination of both. we sat down for half an hour on yesterday, on saturday on new hampshire on the campaign trail with paul ryan. that is our exclusive interview on fox news sunday. first question, what does romney need to do. he has to appraise clear choice. what makes that so interesting up till now the campaign, romney campaign has been talking about as a referendum on barack obama's record. it was all about his record and say that romney was a credible alternative. i think they feel that is not enough. particularly when you get into a debate with one on one. what they want to do as a
contrast. it will be a strong contrast saying that one, obama has for the last four years run the country, run the economy in terms of government centered, more intervention, higher taxes, more regulation, they think that hasn't worked. that is one of the reasons the recovery has been so tef pid and romney would do less regulations and pull the government out of things like healthcare and government interference and they think that would uchb leash the private sector. it will be a contrast. i think -- it's a tough thing. it's a tough needle that romney has to thread. somebody said, he has to be aggressive, that he has to be nice. he has to be aggressive taking the fight but he can't look mean. >> dave: as a former debate coach of john mccain, i believe.
debates are substance style is style over substance. game changes. do they come down to mannerisms, how you say thing or personality? >> a combination. i think that any challenger just benefits from being on the same stage. to the agree you think he is the president and the other guy isn't. when you see the two of them on the stage, it automatically lifts the challenger to make it look he hat the same stature as the president. first of all if you plan too much with one liners, they are ready to do it. they know what each side is going to do. obviously you can see it. you have been talking earlier today about the obama people trotting out some of those bain employees that were laid off. their basic argument is going to be that he rich guy who is going
to take us back to the policies of george w. bush. he was more interested in protecting the wealthy. romney's challenge to say why his policies which include tax cuts why they would help the middle-class. he has to show that his plan will actually help the middle-class. >> alisyn: wednesday night's debate is supposed to focus on domestic policy. given everything that has happened in libya. can they throw that out and interject national security into all of that? >> chris: that would be a precedent. first debate four years ago was supposed to be foreign policy and that was just after the meltdown of lehman brothers. jim hehr asked some domestic policy questions. it's not moderator jail if you make a mistake. >> do you typically have that
kind of freedom? >> no, but what if they are going to do if they ask that. i'm not sure it rises to this point. i doubt he would do it. i'm sure both candidates will be prepared for it. >> it will be great to see your interview with paul ryan who is the vice presidential nominee. chris, thanks so much. >> alisyn: up next, red states rising. new statistics show personal income is up in republican leaning states. who is responsible for their growth? we're going to ask wisconsin's lieutenant governor. >> and new jersey wants you to buckle up your pets. governor chris christie is saying wait a minute. more ahead. ♪ ♪ ♪
spain turns violent as thousands of protestors clash with police, demonstrators are upset over budget cuts. two people were said to be hurt and 12 detained. you could end up paying more for plane tickets after you buy them. if they get their way. they want to offer variable prices, when fuel prices go up so will the ticket place or down if prices decrease. dot has all but squashed that proposal. >> alisyn: well there is new
statistics is that show personal income growth has shown larger increases in traditionally red states than blue states since the start of recession. it's up in 24 leading republican leading states opposed to .5% and they saw 1.4% growth. joining us to weigh in is wisconsin lieutenant governor is rebecca clayfish. >> good morning, how are you. >> i'm doing well. wisconsin a traditional blue state. its battleground state. what do you account for the income growth in traditionally red states, your state is blue. where do you see the disparity between the two. >> the governor and you are both republican. we saw our legislature turn red, as well. i would argue with you guys that we are a purple state. november is the time to hold
your leaders accountable. these sta the types of things that voters need to hold their leaders accountable. red states are doing better than blue states. a lot of it has to do with the style of leadership. we talk to our job creators the folks that employ people every single day in our administration. what they are looking for, the employers of the country are looking for some stability. some predictability. that is what the leadership of these red states is offering. they are offering tax policy and regulatory policy that allows these job create teors feel comfortable. taking their money out of the bank and hiring people. >> alisyn: it's interesting the states are all different. geographically. what they manufacturer. but to read some off. south dakota, north dakota, iowa texas, nebraska, west virginia.
oklahoma, kentucky, these are the ones that have had the biggest personal growth the so among the leaders there is common threat in all those different states? >> i would say there is a common thread among those states. that is if you are going to implement good policy that allows your job creators your employers to feel comfortable, have the redistrict built they need in order to feel comfortable hiring. that is really important in order to get your folks working back again. in wisconsin what we did was solve a budget deficit without raising taxes. we implemented a whole bunch of reforms that ended up saving between state and local government about a billion dollars. our job creators saw that, they said we do feel comfortable adding to our payrolls this year. there are other republican states allowing job creators to say i'm going hire some more
folks. unfortunately we have a president who doesn't reflect that type of mentality right now. what the white house says is wages are going up because the white house policies. auto bailout. you are seeing jobs saved in ohio. what do you say to what the white house is saying? >> i say look at the facts. there are 23 million americans who are out of work today. that is unacceptable. look at the facts. the fact that when we look at our unemployment rate across this country, there have been 43 months where we have more than 8% unemployment nationwide. median household income has dropped $4500. it's expensive. we have the opportunity to change that. hold your leaders accountable. if you don't like the numbers, barack obama needs to be a one-term president.
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on carry on luggage. somehow tsa agents missed that. at the same time there are reports tsa agents stealing things out of people's carry on luggage. brian ross followed and tracked an agent who had lifted an ipad out of somebody's luggage. so what is going on. >> reasoning behind it. we're not getting paid enough. so it's justifiable we would steal from passengers, grab ipads and iphones and other things off the conveyor belt. listen. >> they didn't think it was okay but they did it. they pay me, they treat me wrong and they are this and doing and that. they just didn't care. then people could profit off of
it this then was massive. >> this man sold $800,000 in goods, stealing cameras to ipads and came very easy. there is no oversight. one of the biggest problems with the tsa. he didn't get caught until a he stole a cnn's camera and tried to sell it on ebay with the logo still on the camera. >> dave: how did he make it through the screening process? >> with all the cameras that are above the areas you are getting screen. if someone steals my ipad and i get to the gate, my ipad is missing. i report it to someone. can't they run racks of videotape five minutes before i came through there. >> alisyn: that is what the team did, in crack that go particular case. his point it's the culture of
indifference that people don't care about that. this is the fsa. sometimes we talk about it's mall security. it's national security. so the idea they are asleep at the switch and letting weapons get on board or they don't care about their customers or passengers that is all troubling. >> we have the tsa as the result of september 11th and all the breakdowns, john michaels was on the show yesterday and he says this is systemic. >> obviously these people are not trained their equipment is not being operated properly. then these folks that are hired are not vetted properly. this is what we get. we need to get tsa reorganized and get them back to security connecting the dots and conducting oversights and setting standards.
>> dave: some people they should privatize the whole thing. let us know on twitter or new weekend facebook page. >> alisyn: and you said the disclaimer. obviously these are bad apples. many of the tsa agents are wonderful. they are there to help the public. they aren't blaming them individually but the culture and tsa as a whole needs reform. a florida high school teacher is accused of plotting to kill a former co-worker. chilling phone calls recorded by the f.b.i. between james pepe and man he accused to hire the murder. >> what do you want done to stop meredith? >> i wanted him killed. >> alisyn: they investigated him after the friend approached about the murder plot went to the police. they say his target was another teacher where he used to okay will.
that man says the two barely knew each other. more than two dozen people were killed after car bombings. nearly hundred others were hurt. most deadly attacks were north of baghdad where three car bombs went off. nobody has taken responsibility for the attacks. >> another recall from gm. they are recalling 40,000 cars sold in warm weather states. they say the plastic parts could crack there leading to a fuel leak. the recall affects the chevrolet colbalt and pontiac g-35 made between 2007 and 2009, also the chevy equinox and sat you were ion. this is the third recall since june. check your garage if you have any of those. a proposal to make your dog wear a seat belt while riding in the car gets a big paws down from the governor, chris christie.
he says the dog restraint bill is stupid. and he won't sign it into law. lawmakers are wasting their time when they should be focused on unemployment. some say the bill is necessary because it's a dangerous distraction to drivers. >> that is interesting point. you slam on the brakes. a dog hits people. >> dave: there are bigger problems. let's talk more important things about sports. it is not easy to get heisman trophy but nick is filling in, he had five touchdowns on saturday and he did it in a loss. gino smith the west virginia quarterback is now the frontrunner in the heisman trophy race.
656 yards passing and 8 touchdown. that is more touchdowns on the day. two tds to bailey. 19 totaled touchdowns scored in this game. west virginia walks way with a win. any defense, 70-63 is your final. wow! >> intensity of the ryder cup continues to rage with full speed ahead for kegan and phil mickelson on day two. >> dave: he was on fire. more magic, he sinks that putt and would go to phil mickelson. it has eyes tracking within a couple of inches.
the crowd going nuts. you do concede many times at the ryder cup. the match goes to the americans there and huge lead. biggest lead in more than 30 years, 10-6. now if she can pay attention to get this. grand slam hit an imaginary bat, just like that. you can see last night's washington nationals game. one of the most unique moments. michael morse hit what he thought was a grand slam. that was the real bat. he was tagged out at first. they said the ball was in play. base runners were all confused. they took another look. they reviewed it and said that ball was gone. that left the park. that left with the situation we've never seen before.
watch. >> are you kidding me. right field. it is deep. see you later! granted slam. nationals are on top by 4. >> that one was the imaginary bat. they had to redo the whole situational we it with no bat. everyone had to go back to the bases with the invisible grand slam. >> alisyn: i did and commentators were faking it. >> but doing a great job. >> we saw it went out. we wanted to re-enact it so we get it right on the books. >> i'm so thankful they did. >> i never think you can see something new in baseball with the long history. we saw two things that were new too baseball. >> he didn't do a full swing.
>> dave: let's get to maria molina. >> good morning. good to see you. i do want to show you what is going on across the country. it's on the cool side in the northeast with current temperatures in the 50s. in parts of chicago, 50s and cool side in portions of the east but out west is a completely different story. we're seeing temperatures on the rise, well above average as we head into the afternoon hours. rapid city could be seeing a high temperature of 83 degrees. 103 in phoenix so still feeling like summer. cool temperatures in the east. 50s in memphis and all across parts of the northeast and new york city up through portions of maine. we'll continue to see heavy rain in parts of lower mississippi valley, one to three inches of rain. locally four to five inches of rain. flooding will be a concern.
♪ one, two, three, four ♪ ♪ you say ♪ flip it over and replay ♪ we'll make everything okay ♪ walk together the right way ♪ do, do, do, do ♪ ♪ >> dave: quick headlines, a michigan girl voted that her homecoming cruel joke, community rallied around whitney and held up signs for the team. even students from opposing
schools wore t-shirts in support of her. even coffee lovers, how much would you pay for the perfect cup of joe. how about $11,000. >> alisyn: yes. >> a group of engineers that used to work at apple and nasa created this coffeemaker says it brews the java to make it the perfect temperature. but it fails to keep the temperature after you put in the fridge. >> alisyn: listen to this, iran's president took center stage yet again on the holiest jewish holiday and delivered a hate filled speech to the u.n. is it best to ignore his comments? should he be given the opportunity to speak there. joining us is jonathan morris. a lot of hate filled stuff came out of his mouth. the list is long. we don't need to dive in every
bit of it. how are we supposed to respond here in united states we practice freedom of religion and we invite here and he is speaking in the middle of manhattan and who is being intolerant? >> freedom of religion and freedom of speech but a difference allowing someone to speak freedom and give their opinion and another is to incite violence. because i have the gift of free speech and freedom, i can't go into a crowded theater and say fire because i'm incited go a dangerous situation, right? what we're seeing here with mahmoud ahmadinejad is insightful, hate filled speech. right? it's not just a question of opinion. what is such a contrast, what is so shocking the united nations was founded in 1946 precisely to make sure that we would never fall into mutual destruction after world war ii.
here we have a platform being given to somebody who is called for the destruction of israel. >> alisyn: what are you supposed to do? >> we should be speaking up like this. the u.n. has to examine itself very seriously and say is this what the united nations all about. let me read one of my favorite documents of all time. called the universal declaration of human rights that was created 1948. in this universal declaration of human rights that posted on my facebook and twitter. we read basic things that all nations came to agree upon. listen to article one. very short. all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. they are endowed with reason and conscience and act toward one another in a spirit of brotherhood. >> alisyn: he is violating that with anti-semitic hate filled
spewing. >> we're not hearing from other arab countries that this is wrong there is a universal understanding of respect and brotherhood that is foundation of united nations. what we are seeing here played out at the united nations is anti-united nations. >> dave: i think the world is dismissive of most of what he says. >> we can say we can dismiss him but he is not just a kook. he has the ability to incite violence and he is not afraid, i don't think from his strange distorted position to go down in order to achieve his objective. >> dave: more discussion should be made.
and ambassador steven rice's resignation after the mixed messages on the deadly attack in libya. >> alisyn: congressman peter king is leading the charge and he will be here. >> plus, he helped the new york giants for a superbowl and now he is helping his fellow veterans. phil mcconti joins us live. me that i could smoke for the first week... i'm like...yeah, ok... little did i know that one week later i wasn't smoking. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of these stop taking chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history of depression or other mental health problems, which could get worse while taking chantix. don't take chantix if you've had a serus allergic or skin reaction to it. if you develop these stop taking chantix and see your doctor right away
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>> i indicate the ball and there was my touchdown in the superbowl. >> dave: there is the dagger to this. he is dedicated patriot serving in the u.s. navy. his company academy securities has a mission to hire to train our military veterans. he joins us from san diego. great to see you phil. >> it's great to be with you. >> dave: you did crush my spirited as a young bronco fan and you served your country well and continue to do so. tell us why your company is so determined to hire veterans. you wanted a 50/50 work force split. why? >> academy security is broker dealer. we are certified veteran disabled enterprise so we are owned and controlled by military veterans. our goal is to make a first
class financial services firm. we bring in experts and military veterans. by bringing in military veterans we're bringing in the best of the best. these people and their characteristics are incredible. we partnered with j.p. morgan chase to get to a 50/50 split to hire veterans. j.p. morgan's investment in our firm will help us train and attract more veterans as we go along and build our business. >> dave: check out the numbers. unemployment rate in 2011, among 18-24 year olds. 30% when it comes to veterans, almost twice of that of the non-veteran population. you don't want to help just curb that number. you say these are great employees. talk about some of the characteristics that you mention that make veterans a great hire for you and across the country? >> we are all in highly competitive industries. to bring on military veterans that have the integrity, the leadership skills, problem
solving. i can go on and on. all you need to know about their character is that most of these people joined the military. they volunteered after we were attacked on september 11th. after war started. they joined us. that is all you need to know. those are kinds of people that we want on our team. we recognize how valuable they are, skills that they provide and what they can do for not only our company but for our country. listen, after world war ii those people saved us and they brought us peace then they brought us prosperity when they came back home and transition today civilian life. these veterans can do the same thing and help propel our country to better times. >> dave: they have been to iraq and afghanistan. they aren't about to buckle under pressure. why is it so difficult for troops today?
>> i think as you just mentioned, there is economic headwinds that we are facing. there is job crisis here. i think for a lot of these people there are skills that they have that had they learned in the military. for them to try to translate those into the corporate world is difficult. that is why j.p. morgan and offices of veteran affairs are trying to assist those people to translate those skills into civilian life. not only that to tell employers what those skills are that these veterans have that can assist their companies. we just hired a young man. joe mcfeeder, here is young man with a successful career in pharmaceutical sales. in 2007 he says i have to do my part. he joined the military. he is now disabled and transitioning to civilian life. who doesn't want a joe mcfeeder on their team?
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♪ 6. ♪ >> alisyn:, call for susan rice's resignation after libya's deadly account. peter king will join us coming up. >> dave: remember when president obama said americans cling to their guns and religion. >> he said he is proud. >> i am proud of that fact. that is what freedom is. >> why does the nominee to the second obama term makes him. quote, shutter. >> four-year-old being hailed a hero to save his mother's life
by keeping her cool and dialing 911. >> you need to come over. my mommy -- >> we're going to hear from a pint-sized hero and mother and dispatcher. fox and friends hour four starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> welcome on this sunday morning. this is fox and friends. also coming up in a little bit. we're going to talk about cellphones. the way in which doctors are seeing more and more injuries at hospitals as a result of what they think could be parents being disdistrict and not
responding and not grabbing something off the stove. child injuries as a result of cellphone use. >> alisyn: we'll talk more on that later. top story, that is lawmakers are getting frustrated with what is happening in benghazi. that the investigation into what happened at our consulate and the death of four americans is not proceeding faster. therefore, senator bob corker has sent a letter to the director, james clapper demanding answers on the attack. what was the motivation and what happened and why aren't there f.b.i. a little three weeks still not in benghazi yet. >> we asked tucker carlson whether he is falling on the sword. he came out said the intelligence committee was responsible here. we fed the obama administration the information that led to
this. tucker's response is interesting. listen. >> fell on the sword but participated in a propaganda campaign if lying to the public. violating common consensus. anyone who is paying attention at all was watching the television coverage of this, knew this wasn't a spontaneous reaction to a youtube video. that insulting to claim that. from the director of national intelligence to do it makes the united states look stupid. in this specific case, dishonest. >> dave: that is main point. that perception in reon at in this case. whether or not now the whole world believes that we had no clue. when other networks have confirmed that u.s. intelligence officials knew exactly what this was in 24-hour period after it happened. so did other intelligence communities including libya's.
this is disconnect. a guy like clapper who then goes on television or puts forth this information. then you have these agents who are in field and getting this information. they knew about it. the fact is, they knew about it. so we have these excellent people doing excellent hard work. these other individuals, times square bomber. having all this information. you have the politics on the other side trying to spin it a certain way. it seems to be where the clashing is coming and you are hearing the anger coming from congress trying to find out where this is coming from. >> alisyn: it's also troubling this active crime scene has not been secured in benghazi for our f.b.i. agents to get more evidence and try to prevent this from happening and they are still stuck in tripoli. >> a press briefing was cancelled from the president. you need to be able to ask these questions even to jay carney. somebody can ask the questions
to the president himself. >> alisyn: back at home. let's talk about the campaign trail. vice presidential campaign paul ryan is in ohio. he was casting his listeners' mind when candidate barack obama he people in western pennsylvania cling to their guns and religion. let's get a recap of that. >> it's not surprising i'm going to say -- antipathy -- paul ryan is speaking as other candidates are prosecuting their debate preparations judged
on the comment. >> sometimes when the president is speaking he reveals his thoughts. he is a little more candid. remember when the video he was talking to donors in san francisco, he said people like in the midwest we get bitter and we cling to our guns and religion. right? i have to say, he is guilty as charged and i am proud of that fact. that is what freedom is. >> alisyn: did you have something to say? >> there was a follow-up. >> alisyn: i was actually going to say something. i can't read your mind. then paul ryan went on to say, he as a hunter and gun owner is afraid for a second obama term.
>> i shutter as a gun owner seeing his record when he was in the united states senate what would he do if he never had to face the voters ever again? the next president will appoint a lot of judges and these are lifetime appointments. if you wanted to make sure that judges respect our second amendment rights, you need a president that respects those rights as well. >> dave: he did not touch gun legislation in three years, barack obama, but that is because he had to face voters in peninsula and ohio. to paul ryans point, doctor pennsylvania and ohio. >> he may have two or three retirees next two or three years. >> we saw president bush make his choices and that would be something that come up in a second obama term.
joe biden is out on the campaign trail doing the xiag for the obama administration right now. he wanted to remind voters that romney and ryan would take us back to the bush era policies that got us into this mess. so he says. listen.... >> the last they were charged, congressman ryan voted for and governor romney approved, said he agreed with all the things that were done. when is the last time around? last time around, what caused this national debt? how did this all of a sudden happen? when he left we had a balanced budget and things were looking good. >> alisyn: this is just the drum beating for the next four years. >> that is too easy to fact check. president bush there is plenty of blame for overspending but nothing compared to the last three years. it was ten trillion we're now
well over 16. >> not just president bush but paul ryan had some of these votes, medicare but the debt number is sticking in, under president obama $35.6 trillion increase in three years of his presidency compared to president bush's nearly 5 years over eight years. >> dave: both are bad but in retrospect. >> alisyn: do you think it's possible the day after election, we can start to look forward? we can stop looking backwards and we can look forward. that is my platform. >> do politicians ever do that? >> alisyn: i don't know. more headlines and more video from eastern afghanistan where another attack has claimed lives of american troop. it happened at a checkpoint. a gun battle broke out between
american and afghan troops after some kind of misunderstanding. 2,000 american troops have been killed in afghanistan since the war begin. >> u.s. supreme court preparing to return to the bench. nine justices will likely make decisions on gay marriage, voting rights and affirmative action. spotlight will be on chief justice john roberts. he was deciding vote that upheld president obama's healthcare law talk about a dream come true for potential terrorists. keys to new york city for sale on ebay. new york post is reporting that a retired locksmith sold what he called is fireman's key ring to one of the undercover reporters from the paper. the keys control elevators in the city, knocked out power to skyscrapers and give access to one world trade center.
he reportedly sold these keys for $150 and he said he still has more keys he is trying to sell. meanwhile, there is another disconcerting story. amtrak employees are failing drug tests at an alarming rate and putting their riders at risk. they found drug and alcohol use among workers is 51% higher than the industry average. signal operators were the worst offenders, they failed to control drug and alcohol abuse. they plan to increase drug screening this year. >> coming up susan rice says the attack in libya was not preplanned but we now know it was. some lawmakers are calling for her to resign over mixed messages. league the charge on that pete king. she going to join us live, next. >> parents, listen up you can be
♪ ♪ >> dave: it's being called benghazi gate by some people that are demanding more answers about the attack in libya after so many mixed messages. >> this was not premeditated attack. what happened in benghazi was initially a spontaneous reaction. >> what our assessment is the present is in fact it began spontaneously in benghazi as reaction with a had transpired
from what hours earlier in cairo. >> dave: that was five days after the deadly attack. peter king says he thinks ambassador rice should resign. he joins us live from long island. good to see you congressman. >> good to be with you. >> dave: don't shoot the messenger, why should she resign? >> susan rice is very capable and hard working. she was the spokeswoman, she was the messenger to the united states to the world. she had to have known, she was asked to do this or did it on her own, probably asked to do it spread a message which she had to know was a false narrative. she was on television, national television five days after the attacks, when all the circumstantial evidence appointed toward terrorism. it was 9/11. we know that al-qaeda is very
powerful in that area. we know there was direct and indirect fire and coordinated type of attack that wouldn't be done by ordinary demonstrators. there had been recent terrorist attacks in that area and lack of for theification at that consulate. yet the clear impression she was sent out to deliver which she did this was not a terrorist attack. that would have disrupted the obama narrative that he defeated al-qaeda and that al-qaeda has been decimated. >> dave: do you feel like a narrative around the world with how the obama administration is handling that war on terror? how high do you think it rises in the administration? >> i deponent know what other conclusion we can draw. i can't read people's minds. the faco adamant. not just susan rice but jay carney, lying that there was no terrorism involved. didn't involve american policy. i can only think it was done to protect the obama campaign message and had to go very high.
only an investigation can show how high it goes. it's hard for me to believe that the president who, again, should wait until we come out with conclusions. five, six, seven days his top people were saying this was not a terrorist attack. i don't believe they would have said that without getting a sign-off from him. >> dave: one thing an ambassador with a message, but another thing of director of national intelligence to come out on friday and take the plame blaim for this. if she should resign. what about james clamor? >> i have a lot of regard for general clapper. we have to see what happens. i agree with you. it appears he was asked to fall on a grenade here. it was very much of a cover
statement that he was going to take a hit. what he told again at some point people at the time. he may have given the exact facts but the interpretation was it done by him or the administration? we have to go through his statement carefully. i am more concerned what he has saying now. he has been brought in to clean it up. i want to see whether or not, what information he gave them in the first several days. did he rule out terrorism to the extent that susan rice did? i doubted that. all of this has to be investigated. >> dave: it's interesting to see how long it takes. senate foreign relations committee sent a letter and i think the american people deserve an answer in the next few days. >> dave: up next we're only 37 days as mentioned away from the presidential election. is the media being fair with the coverage of president obama and mitt romney.
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defending the president than bashing romney. >> th ann coulter joins us tomorrow. she is eight time best selling author. >> can you give somebody else a chance. [ laughter ] >> i have a lot to say. >> we talked about this yesterday on the show. perhaps this media bias and perhaps this is something else. which is this benghazi attack. what unfolded with james clapper and response from what happened in libya. if this were george w. bush and it happened on his watch, how would the media have covered it differently? >> right i'll go you one better. what if it were jimmy carter. it's as if you were living in two different worlds. i go to some of the other channels, mitt romney made
another game changing gaffe today. we are living in different world it would be jimmy carter, they would be hiding a hostage crisis. we're going to talk about ronald reagan. msnbc, they converted the scott brown, our beloved scott brown versus elizabeth warren that she checked off falsely that she is cherokee. she has the lowest requirements of any professor of any of the top law schools. she refuses to release that information. everyone knows she stole someone else's. she is -- he is being attacked to raise the issue. he is attacking for her being a cherokee. no. it's exactly the opposite. it's about not being a cherokee
and she is related not to cherokee but to a white enforcer to trail of tears. she is stealing the suffering of native americans to teach from harvard law school and you wouldn't know that from listening to msnbc. >> your book is you say, how liberals have played the race card historically you believe to win black voters? >> for a hundred years they denounced black people to win a segment of the white vote,. now, they are still using race to win votes not only from black people. keep telling them republicans hate them but from white people who don't want to feel racist. it isn't any white guilt on their part. when they say america is racist country. they don't mean they are racist,
they mean you are racist. >> and ladies on the view. what is your take away from that? >> i love those crazy gals. i realize for one reason i write a book is to disprove myths everyone believes. everything they said is what the "new york times" believes. the "new york times" won't argue with me. no one on msnbc will argue with me. it was a terrific interview because i got to say a lot of things. >> alisyn: so how can you write a book about racism? >> when i sat down, more of most of my interviews. it's not a book about black people. it's about book about white liberal media. i wanted to get it out quickly before the election because they are protecting obama not because liberals care about the historic
nature of the first black president. republicans have put more blacks and more competent blacks. he happens to be most liberal policies by calling them racist. >> it will be interesting joy behar and whoo pi goldberg reig your book on a beach. >> ann coulter thank you for being here. >> coming up on the show, before the presidential debate. sending out bain employees how the touted attack mitt romney. a report from washington next to these guys. >> alisyn: is your addiction to your cellphone hurt your children? a shocking new study coming right up. ♪ ♪
homes and safer playgrounds, but now doctors are seeing a troubling trend over the past three years, kids' injuries rising as a result perhaps of parents being distracted when their kids are at play because they are sitting around playing on their smart phones. >> alisyn: that is one of theories. kids under five years old, injuries have increased by 12%. i think we all, if we nor the guilty of it. >> think we all our. >> alisyn: while your kids are playing over there you are busy texting, sending e-mails, looking at the ipad. reading the newspaper on the ipad. so we're present but we are not engaged. >> dave: we do it in the name of multi-tasking. is this dangerous if is it like texting while driving. would you play with kids more if i-kids were stamped on their
forehead. let me suggest something. in order to keep them safe, give them their own smart phone. that is what i do. give them curious george on the itched pad. >> here a tweet. how is it different than when my mother buried in her book and totally ignore us? it's not that different. but you bring a smart phone to the playground you have it in your pocket you whip it out. >> dave: always at your side. >> big thick book is not always at your side. >> alisyn: you aren't walking down the street reading a book pushing a stroller but you can be on the phone pushing a stroller. >> i can read kindle books on your smart phones. >> dave: weigh in on twitter with us. ahead of the presidential debate. obama campaign is sending out a group of former bain employees to go after mitt romney's business record.
>> peter doocy has all the details. >> reporter: that is right. obama campaign is trying to get out in front of mitt romney on the issue of his record at bain capital by rolling out a few former employees at companies that were owned by bain capital. one of those employees, david foster has played a minor role in a major story this election season because he was featured in a conference call in may, with a man that mitt romney indirectly killed his wife. this is the deputy campaign manager not to remember when confronted with questions about joe's back story. mr. foster is going to hit the trail in ohio. we heard a little bit of his story about the bain controlled gst steel mill at dnc a few weeks ago. >> when romney at bain took over the m, they laden it up with
millions in debt. within months, they used some of that borrowed money to pay themselves millions. within a decade the debt kept growing and so large the company was forced into bankruptcy. >> reporter: as it turns out he was a regional director for the steel workers union who worked with gst steel but he didn't work at gst steel. as there are two sides to every story, one former executive at gst steel says what really happened when bain came in is quite different than what you heard mr. foster describe it. >> the vampire story that bain came in and showed the teeth, but it was really entirely the opposite for that. bain came in and the way i looked at it gave us a bit of a transfusion. >> reporter: so ohio, wisconsin
an florida are all going to get visits from former employees of bain capital owned companies in the next few days. >> these attack ads seem to have worked so it's not going to be president is going to be.... >> alisyn: news to tell you, there is new hope for families or victims of 9/11. they are use ago new tool to try to identify more remains. latest technology can apparently take dna from bone fragments and identify a person's eye and skin color. right now they can only determine the sex of that person. 1,120 remains still have not been identified. experts hope this new technique can narrow down the number. >> a florida high school teacher allegedly to have a former co-worker murdered.
>> what do you want done with bob meredith? >> i want him killed. >> alisyn: f.b.i. says it investigating that teacher james pepe after the friend approached about the murder plotted went to police. they say his target was another teacher at a high school he used to work. that man says the two barely knew each other. a con construction worker fell down eight feet in a trench. firefighters had to squeeze down there as the tlewlg could collapse with any wrong movement he is taken to the hospital where he is stable condition this morning. >> dave: let's get outside to maria and look at forecast. did you say 50 degrees. >> it was the 50s this morning. today looks a lot better than what we have been seeing. we have a locality more sunshine and still more clouds around. that is going to be the story. isolated shower or two and
mr. sunshine today. i want to take you to this. in parts of mississippi, portions of alabama and louisiana, we get to zoom in. we're seeing very heavy rain pushing through this area. we saw a lot of heavy rain push through texas producing flash flooding the we still have some of those advisories in parts of texas. today again the heaviest of rain will be in louisiana and parts of mississippi. one to three inches of rain locally four or more inches of rain will be possible. flooding is a big concern and even a chance for some severe storms. northeast, area of low pressure pulling away across this area, producing clouds and lot more sunshine. we'll continue to clear things out. quick shot of high temperatures, widespread high temperatures in 60s and lot warmer as you head out in the west. >> coming up, as we get ready to watch president obama and mitt
romney square off, we'll take look at past debates. >> i will not make age an issue of this campaign. i am not going to exploit for political purposes my president obama's youth and inexperience. >> that is gem. pollster is here with most memorable moments. >> alisyn: and we'll introduce you pint-sized hero. ♪ leaving my homeland ♪ pling a lone hand ♪ my life begins today ♪ ♪ fly by night away from here ♪ ♪ change my life again ♪ ♪ fly by night, goodbye my dear ♪ ♪ my ship isn't coming ♪ and i just can't pretend oww! ♪
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memorable moments of past presidential debates. here the top three. here is frank luntz. do you think we'll see any of those big moments on wednesday night that define the campaign? >> that is the key. it's not the issues and numbers. voters remember specific phrases that candidates put together at key moments. now, the most important aspect has got to appear candid and got to touch people to make it memorable. let's take the first one. ronald reagan, 1981 presidential impact and had a huge impact. >> next tuesday, you will go to the polls and stand there in the polling place and make a decision. i think when you make that decision you need to ask yourself, are you better off than you were four years ago. is it easier for you to go and buy things in the store than it
was four years ago? is there more or less unemployment in the country than there were four years ago? is america as respected throughout the world? >> we heard so many campaigns, are you better off than you were four years ago. >> here is what is key to that. it's whether america is better off. more people are america is struggling an individuals are struggling. how romney's campaign frames it matters. we've got a second response. that is from the debate. key lesson learned here how you respond to an attack from your opponent. let's take a look. >> governor reagan, begin his political career campaigning around this nation against medicare. >> here you go again. >> when i opposed medicare, there was another piece of legislation having the same
problem with congress. i favored the other piece of legislation and thought it was better for the senior citizens and provide better care than the one finally passed. >> pretty succinct answer and those are things they need to practice on. it does a better job, right? >> exactly. when the zinger is amusing that is the best of all. of all the presidential soundbites of last 40 years, 50 years, the one that comes up next is the one that is my all time favorite. let's take a look. >> you already are the oldest president in history and some of your staff you were tired in your encounter with mr. mondale. i recall that president kennedy had to goes dais on end during the cuba missile crisis. is there any doubt in your mind you would be able to function in
such circumstances? >> not at all. also i will not make age an issue of this campaign. i'm not going to exploit for political purposes my president obama's youth and inexperience. [ laughter ] >> that ended it. there was no more discussion about age. >> that was it. after the convention of both candidates, walter mondale after that moment in the presidential debate. ronald reagan was gaining a point a day and gaining about 20 points on election day because of that one moment. >> i can't wait. we'll talk about wednesday's debate. will they be defining moments that will sink in voters's mind. fascinating stuff. >> coming up on the show. just call her mom's hero. a 4-year-old makes a life saving call to 911. that little girl and her mother
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jensen saved her mom life. she joins us now with her mom and dispatcher jill submitted. >> you suffer from lupus and sometimes you can have debilitating symptoms. what happened a week ago in your home that caused olivia to have to call 911? >> i had not been feeling well for several days. i had been running a fever on and off for about a week and had been diagnosed with an infection a day before, all the things that can contribute to a lupus flare and had planned spending the day on the couch watching the bears. when i went up to do something, use the restroom -- i can't remember -- i just instantly went straight to the floor.
it was a massive surge of pain in up the back of my spine and back of my head. >> alisyn: what did olivia do at that moment? >> first i tried to speak to her. because i was on my knees with head and hands on the love seat. she was the one no came to me and said, those aren't words, mom. i tried to get up again i went to the floor. i ended up with my head on the floor. she calls grandma. >> alisyn: let me bring in olivia. if you can hear me. >> she probably does. i didn't know she called grandma rooms. >> how did you know what to do
when your mom was hurt? >> because she, um, wasn'eaking. >> alisyn: yes, and you knew that was bad. as we understand it, you had been practicing in case there was ever an emergency. jill, i want to bring you, you were on the receiving end of this phone call. how do you know when a phone call comes in from little kid if it's even serious? >> we have to quickly assess the situation if it is an emergency or child practicing calling 911. we had to determine what the emergency was and olivia my her address and phone number. i had to determine whether it was crime scene or domestic. whether there was another adult around in case emergency
measures such as cpr were needed. >> alisyn: so you knew this one was serious. how did you train olivia to know how to caught 911 and to know what to say and know all the right things to do? >> i didn't train her on what to say. what had happened that day. i don't think i could have ever taught her that type of composure that heard later on the tape. as soon as she was able to recognize numbers and match books with pictures when she was about three years old. after giving birth to her i had been diagnosed with lupus but i have been struggling for the past five years. her and i alone in the home. i decided maybe we should have
this lesson. >> alisyn: it paid off. last question, do you feel like a hero today? >> yes. >> alisyn: you are. you are four years old and you had great composure and you remembered everything your your mom told you about the phone and where 911 was. let this be a lesson to all parents to go over it again with their kids at home. thanks so much for coming in with your personal story. great to here it. >> thank you. >> alisyn: more fox and friends just two minutes. ♪ you say ♪ flip it over and replay ♪ we'll make everything okay ♪ walk together the right way ♪ do, do, do, do